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“Light | Sensitive | Material” – featuring “Ammonite” and “Spellbound”

November 3, 2019

Light Sensitive Material

The Disinformation video installations “Spellbound” [aka “An Allegorical Portrait of J. Robert Oppenheimer”] (2001) and “Ammonite” (2009) featured in the “Light | Sensitive | Material” conference at the University of West London, 1st to 2nd November 2019. Both works were exhibited on rotation throughout the conference – “Spellbound” as part of an artists’ showreel, featuring work by Verity Adriana, Disinformation, Sylvia Grace Borda, Tim Daly, Karel Doing, Rebecca Goddard, David Kendall, Vrinda Seksaria, Carolin Lange, Joseph Moore, Andrea Muendelein, Sam Nightingale, Paul Proctor, Sonya Robinson and Ana Teresa Vicente; while the “Ammonite” exhibit played-out “solo” – as a self-contained, split-screen installation, displayed across two broadcast monitors. Special thanks to Michelle Henning and Theresa Mikuriya for programming the artworks.

The conference also included papers by Abelardo Gil-Fournier, Daniel Rubinstein, Elizabeth Howie, Howard Caygill, Joel McKim, Kim Knowles, Lara Thompson, Laura Marks, Liz Watkins, Lucy Mensah, Michelle Henning, Niharika Dinkar, Ohad Zehavi, Paul Frosh, Peter Bennett, Peter Buse, Pierre Pernuit, Stephen Turner, Susanna Collinson, Theresa Mikuriya, Tomas Dvorak, Tonje Sorenson and Victor dos Reis.

Click on “Artist Programme” – https://www.uwl.ac.uk/light-sensitive-material

“Spellbound” also screened at the Moving Image Salon, Film & Video Umbrella, London, 13 Sept 2019.

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